The Order of the Heavens: Dark Fantasy by João Paulo Bragato – Design You Trust

The Order of the Heavens: Dark Fantasy by João Paulo Bragato

João Paulo Bragato is a Brazilian artist who draws whimsical characters and creatures that would fit perfectly into the world of some cool dystopian fantasy. A certain fairy-tale quality, subtle colors and smooth lines make Bragato similar to the legendary illustrator Yoshitaka Amano (Vampire Hunter D, Final Fantasy, Angel’s Egg), but the Brazilian’s work is still quite distinctive.

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